Critical thinking Topic: How humans can survive no matter the trail

find the similarities between people with power and people without such as slavery also make a page that has all your research formatted and easy to go back to.

During this unit, and out whole year, we have stressed the importance of considering multiple perspectives.

  • For our final paper of this unit, your assignment is to analyze both the majority and ignored perspective in both our play and in an event in history (either current or past).
    • To do this, you must:
  1.  Pick a historical event
  2. Research the typical way that it has been portrayed in historical accounts and the media-
  3. AND research the ignored perspective in the event that has typically been overlooked.

*You must have at least _____ researched scholarly source(s) and present all research in a bibliography

  1. Finally, in your paper, you must make a conclusion about:
    1.  How stories/happenings are reported,
    2. What the consequences are for telling stories in this way,
    3. And what you believe Shakespeare was trying to do/prove in his play.

 

This analysis should take the form of a 5 page, five-paragraph essay. 

Below is the outline for your paper.  The accompanying questions are suggestions to help you write.

 

Paragraph 1: Introduction and thesis that proves your belief about perspectives in our play and the historical event

 

Paragraph 2: How Shakespeare was presenting a majority and ignored perspective in the play.  What was his aim?  How does the play prove your thesis?

 

Paragraph 3: The majority perspective in history (for a specific event).  Why was the story told this way?  What are the consequences of telling the story this way? How does this information prove your thesis?

 

Paragraph 4: The ignored perspective in history (for a specific event).  Why was it ignored?  What are the consequences for ignoring this perspective? How does this information prove your thesis?

 

Paragraph 5: Conclusion about perspectives, reporting, history, and the consequences.

During this unit, and out whole year, we have stressed the importance of considering multiple perspectives.

  • For our final paper of this unit, your assignment is to analyze both the majority and ignored perspective in both our play and in an event in history (either current or past).
    • To do this, you must:
  1.  Pick a historical event
  2. Research the typical way that it has been portrayed in historical accounts and the media-
  3. AND research the ignored perspective in the event that has typically been overlooked.

*You must have at least _____ researched scholarly source(s) and present all research in a bibliography

  1. Finally, in your paper, you must make a conclusion about:
    1.  How stories/happenings are reported,
    2. What the consequences are for telling stories in this way,
    3. And what you believe Shakespeare was trying to do/prove in his play.

 

This analysis should take the form of a 5 page, five-paragraph essay. 

Below is the outline for your paper.  The accompanying questions are suggestions to help you write.

 

Paragraph 1: Introduction and thesis that proves your belief about perspectives in our play and the historical event

Paragraph 2: How Shakespeare was presenting a majority and ignored perspective in the play.  What was his aim?  How does the play prove your thesis?

Paragraph 3: The majority perspective in history (for a specific event).  Why was the story told this way?  What are the consequences of telling the story this way? How does this information prove your thesis?

Paragraph 4: The ignored perspective in history (for a specific event).  Why was it ignored?  What are the consequences for ignoring this perspective? How does this information prove your thesis?

Paragraph 5: Conclusion about perspectives, reporting, history, and the consequences.

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